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SCIAC Releases Fall All-Sports Standings

SCIAC Releases Fall All-Sports Standings

> Fall SCIAC All-Sports Standings 

The Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) recently released its 2018-19 Fall All-Sports Standings.

Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (CMS) leads the nine institutions with a combined 58.5 points, followed by Pomona-Pitzer in second with 56 points. Redlands is third with 43.5 points, followed by Occidental (35.5) and California Lutheran (31.5). In sixth is Chapman (30), followed by Whittier (26.5), La Verne (25.5) and Caltech (14). 

On the men's side, CMS has totaled 33.5 points on the strength of a first place regular season finish in men's soccer, as well as a share of the SCIAC championship in football. The Stags logged a 12-2-0 league record in men's soccer, while boasting a 6-1 ledger against conference competition in football. Pomona-Pitzer was a close second with a first place finish at the SCIAC Cross Country championship, and a top finish in the men's water polo regular season. The Sagehens, which finished with a 14-0 mark in SCIAC play, powered to their third straight league tournament championship title. Redlands claimed the third spot on the men's side with 28.5 points, highlighted by a SCIAC co-championship run in football, and a second place finish during the men's soccer regular season. 

Occidental finished fourth in the men's standings with 19 points, followed by Chapman (17), Whittier (16.5), Cal Lutheran (15), La Verne (14.5) and Caltech (7). 

CMS also finished first in the women's standings with 25 points - one point ahead of Pomona-Pitzer which finished second with 24 points. The Athenas captured the program's ninth consecutive cross country championship, while the volleyball team posted a 15-1 record in conference play en route to the top seed in the SCIAC Postseason Tournament and a conference tournament title. The Sagehens added a first place finish in women's soccer as Pomona-Pitzer logged a 9-3-2 SCIAC record, the top seed in the postseason tournament, and advanced to the tournament title game. Cal Lutheran and Occidental each finished tied for third with 16.5 points in the women's standings. The Regals garnered the second seed in both women's soccer and women's volleyball, while the Tigers were third in both women's soccer and cross country. 

Redlands (15), Chapman (13) and La Verne (11) finished the fall in fifth, sixth and seventh place respectively, while Whittier and Caltech rounded out the standings with 10 and 7 points for eighth and ninth place.